Sascha Webb, MA, LPC-S, RPT-S, NCC

Sascha serves as Executive Director and Lead Counselor for The Well. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, AR. Shortly thereafter, she earned her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX. She has went on to further her education as a Gottman trained marriage therapist, Play Therapist, and an Equine Healthcare Provider. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor as well as a Registered Play Therapy Supervisor in Texas. Most recently she has received prestigious certification in CCPT (Child Centered Play Therapy) from the University of North Texas as well as TBRI (Trust-Based Relational Intervention) certification in connection with Texas Christian University.  This gives her a unique ability to help children successfully work through traumatic issues. With her experience she provides clinical supervision to licensed counselors, play therapists, and practicum students.

While specializing in Marriage and Family counseling, Sascha also has experience working with the foster care and adoption community including home studies, transitional care, and private home care. In this environment, she has been able to assist both the children and the families of those in their adoption transition stages. She also has experience in psychological testing and confidential cognitive testing for the state of Texas. This includes but is not limited to assessments of teens and children for advance placement, special needs, 504 classification, and special needs. She also thrives in the area of play therapy for children from all walks of life.

Sascha is currently working towards her Certification as a Animal Assisted Play Therapy Supervisor through the International Instituted of Animal Assisted Play Therapy Center. She uses this training in her therapy services she provides for humanitarian disaster mental health relief for natural disasters. Sascha also volunteers her services to provide training and support for the United States military as a military family support therapist specializing in trauma with the Red Cross.

She has seen couples step back from the ledge of divorce and children find healing in the midst of family strife as a Gottman therapist. Her unique ability to address the whole family dynamic and still meet individual’s goals and expectations has gained praise from clients and colleagues alike. Her greatest desire is to see people find healing and hope through a relationship with Jesus Christ.